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Former WSOF champion and top UFC bantamweight Marlon Moraes retires from MMA after 34 fights » FirstSportz

Marlon Moraes
Marlon Moraes

Marlon Moraesthe renowned champion WSOF who eventually beat within the waves Ultimate Battle Championship with his spectacular placings, he retired professionally from the sport of mixed martial arts at the age of 33 Song Yadong, Henry Cejudo, Merab Dvalishvili, Cory Sandhagen, and Rob Font and many more. Over time he also secured KO victories against the current undisputed bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling, Jimmie Rivera, John Dodson, Rafael Assuncao, Jose Aldo and many more.

Marlon Moraes
Marlon Moraes

Before joining the UFC, Moraes was known for his unstoppable reign as world bantamweight champion World Series of Fighting (WSOF). There, Moraes had an 11-fight, 7-finish winning streak. Moraes, formerly associated with American top teamHe later trained alongside the likes of Frankie Edgar, Edson Barboza and many more UFC legends under the guidance of Mark Henry to hit u Ricardo Almeida for jiu jitsu.

Marlon Moraes thanks the UFC, family, friends and teammates for his retirement from his professional career

Marlon Moraes
Marlon Moraes

Aaron BronsterMMA journalist from The Sports Network tweeted, “Marlon Moraes has decided to retire from MMA because of his agent @AliAbdelaziz00.” In a statement sent to MMA fights about Moraes’ manager Ali Abdelaziz, founder of the management consultancy Dominance MMA, says Moraes “I want to thank everyone. Sean Shelby, Hunter Campbell, Dana White and the UFC for giving me so many opportunities…

I want to thank my family, my coaches, my manager and everyone who has been a part of my career. I will still be around MMA and helping young people and my friends. I would also like to thank Mark Henry, Ricardo Almeida, Frankie Edgar and Anderson França.”

What’s your favorite moment with Marlon Moraes? Where do you see Moraes’ career as one of the most entertaining for fans to see? Certainly Moraes hasn’t left the octagon without making a name for himself and I’m sure he will always be known for picking up the toughest fights, whatever the outcome. All of us can only thank Moraes for a memorable time while he fought.

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https://firstsportz.com/ufc-former-wsof-champion-and-top-ufc-bantamweight-marlon-moraes-retires-from-mma-after-34-fight-stint/ Former WSOF champion and top UFC bantamweight Marlon Moraes retires from MMA after 34 fights » FirstSportz

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